Avocados discolor as soon as they are peeled. Moreover, it is easily crushed. I don't know why this is, but I don't often see it at convenience stores. I'm wondering how it's finished ...
The cross section seen from the package is thick as a whole and has a lot of ingredients. You can also confirm the existence of avocado. Is this a big expectation?
Let's open it and take a look at the ingredients.
First from the avocado. When I turned the bread, about 5 cuts and dressings appeared. Is the avocado in it about 2 slices in total? Each cut was smaller than I expected, but I'm glad that it's even in the corner.
And it is also a high point that it is not crushed. Previously, when I ate McDonald's "Avocado Sandwich", many of them were crushed even though they were diced avocados, so I'd be happy if the shape remains as it is like this product.
On the other hand, turn over the chicken and tomatoes. Underneath the sliced tomatoes and lettuce with mayonnaise was sliced roast chicken and dressing.
Put it back and pakuri. First, feel the taste of the dressing, the chewy texture of tomatoes and chicken, and the smooth texture of avocado. The balance of each ingredient is just right, and the taste of the dressing makes you feel like you are eating Cobb salad.
The dressing seems to contain almonds. The crunchy texture is an accent in the soft ingredients. Also, the spiciness is a little bit, but it is quite delicious. After all, the price of 330 yen seems a little expensive, but ...
It's called " Fluffy Egg Sandwich " with plenty of eggs released the other day, and is 7-ELEVEN focusing on a little high-class sandwich? I am also interested in new products in the future.